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Proenza Schouler

Native American prints were employed on a canvas of rich velvets, heavy wools and suede and combined with asymmetric hemlines for extra impact.

The look Native American prints were employed on a canvas of rich velvets, heavy wools and suede and combined with asymmetric hemlines for extra impact.

Fabric was flipped over to create architectural folds, resulting in a slouchy silhouette on skirts. It was also cut into a lattice on dresses in a subtle way which almost blended in with the prints.

Key pieces A round-neck, long-sleeved orange, navy and teal lattice cut-out dress grabbed the eye, as did design details on a cardigan with off-centre buttons.

Commercial appeal Proenza Schouler had a unique and eye-catching colour scheme that will be easily recognisable come autumn 11. Rich orange hues and warm maroons, navy blues and greens are sure to have commercial appeal along with the visible, detachable zip details and overlapping asymmetric lines.

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